One of the highlights during your schooling years is definitely the time when you go for exchange. The thought of living abroad can be both exciting and intimidating. To help you prepare yourselves better, here are 6 tips from us at STA Travel.
But perhaps the most rewarding of it all, is the opportunity to meet people from all over the world. To befriend someone who grew up in a culture so different from yours, and yet see your friendship grow with each shared experience. That is something you won’t forget any time soon.
Eurail Global Pass: Get unlimted access to rail networks in all 28 participating countries
Eurail One Country Pass: Explore a single country in-depth with this flexible and convenient pass
Eurail Select Pass: Tailor your travel plans and choose from the Two, Three or Four Country Select Pass that gives you access to a cluster of adjoining countries
Better yet, if you and your friends can drive, rent a car and go on a road trip. I promise you, it will be worth it.
Showing your NUS, NTU, or SMU card simply won’t cut it. Many of these places only recognise the International Student Identity Card (ISIC), so make sure you have one before flying! Otherwise you'll be charged full price for the entrance ticket, yikes!
Make the most of having classmates from all over the world. You could be learning the intricacies of Hungarian greetings, of Chilean hospitality, of Canadian passion and so much more.
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